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Relationships as a Means of Change: Goal Versus Process Orientation
Relationships as a means of change: Goal versus process orientation

Before launching into discussions of the practical strategies of a relationship-driven classroom, it is worth taking time to discuss the general philosophy that underpins relationships as a means of change. When choosing how to frame our lives, how to find motivation to strive for betterment, and how to gain fulfillment and meaning from what we do, we use one of two basic orientations: goal orientation or process orientation. Both orientations are a normal part of human behavior. Sometimes they are imposed externally by our environment. Sometimes we generate them internally. We all have experience of both. We all use both on a daily basis and, indeed ...

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